This year, in part to quell antsy attendees during commercial breaks, the Oscar ceremony will have its very first DJ.
Ray Evans, who with his partner Jay Livingston wrote some of the best-known movie songs of the 1940s and '50s and won three Oscars, died Thursday at UCLA Medical Center after suffering an apparent…
The murder trial of rock `n' roll producer Phil Spector will be televised, a judge ordered Friday, saying it is time for the justice system to get beyond the O.J. Simpson trial.
Bono has plenty of fans. But don't count North Dakota lawmakers among them. Lawmakers in the House defeated a resolution 58-35 Thursday to honor the U2 frontman for his advocacy of debt relief for…
"The Fly," the first opera from film composer Howard Shore, will receive its world premiere on July 1, 2008, in Paris followed by a U.S. premiere in Los Angeles on Sept. 7, 2008.
Paramount Pictures has named Dan Butler senior VP of business affairs and legal in the company's music division.
As he sauntered onstage for his local headlining debut, Albert Hammond Jr. of the Strokes greeted the sold-out Troubadour crowd by wishing them a happy Valentine's Day, adding "would you be my date"…
Former vice president Al Gore announced on Thursday a collection of concerts over seven continents on July 7, adopting the "Live 8" event formula to further spread the word of the threat of climate…
Universal Pictures has acquired the rights to make a film about Milli Vanilli, the duo that rose to the top of the pop charts and fell just as quickly when they were exposed as frauds.
MTV's "Total Request Live" is still breathing -- but in what form? A number of staff members at the teen-skewing fave were laid off Wednesday.
Edgar Bronfman Jr. defended the use of digital rights management -- a reaction to recent criticism from Apple CEO Steve Jobs -- but then praised the Apple iPhone for raising the bar on what customers…